Fuel Systems and Fire Protection

  • Online
  • Technical
4 Hours

Course Description

A fire can be a major catastrophe for business operations. The damage caused from heat, smoke and water is detrimental to IT equipment and could be expensive to repair. This course explains the advantages and disadvantages of different fire detection systems including smoke detectors, heat detectors, flame detectors and suppression systems such as wet-pipe, dry-pipe, pre-action, watermist and gaseous chemical systems.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the four stages of a fire
  • Compare function and operation of addressable alarm systems against the conventional alarm system
  • State the Fire and Building Codes applicable to fire protection and the NFPA codes associated with early and very early warning fire detection systems
  • Identify the appropriate use of various smoke, flame and heat detection systems
  • Recognize the proper use of each fire prevention system based on facility type
  • Compare the advantages and disadvantages of each fire suppression system

This course has met the required standards for and is endorsed, approved or accredited by the organisations listed below. Upon successful completion of this course, individuals are eligible to obtain CPD/ PDH units. Further details about our relationship with each organisation will be made available upon request.

Key Topics

  • Bulk Storage
  • Alternative Fuel Systems
  • Fuel Quality Assurance
  • Best Practices
  • Fuel Quality Processes
  • Underground Storage Tank
  • Fuel Distribution System
  • Day Tank Control Systems & Configuration

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